November 5, 2007

Just The Chips Holiday Buying Guide

The holidays are just around the corner, and we know that its important that you get your shopping done early. For those of you with poker lovers in your life, we have scoured our past entries to pull together some of the coolest poker gifts for you to consider. So sit back, relax, stretch out that scroll wheel finger, and take a gander at these great poker gift ideas.

Poker Chips
If you are looking for chips, we have got plenty for you to check out. Take a gander at some of the chips we really thought stood out this year, or head over to our chips and chip sets sections for lots more ideas.


We'd be nothing without great poker chips, and we have plenty for you to check out. First, we recommend these 4 Aces chips over at They are high quality, and quite attractive.


If you are looking for a chip that is both distinctive, and attractive, you can't pass up theseAmerican Beauties pinup girl chips over at Nevada Jack's


Also on the high-end of poker chips, we cannot reccommend these Protege chips from Sidepot enough. These were some of the best chips we checked out this year. They are costly, but they are also just fantastic chips for any kind of play.

Poker Tables
You can't play good poker without a good table. We have picked out a few that we looked at this year, but for those seeking more head on over to the poker tables category.


There is still a fall clearance going on right now over at, and they have an excellent selection of poker tables and table tops for your poker lover's home or apartment. The best part is, even if you don't strike before the sales end, Poker still usually has great prices on their gear.


If you like the look of solid wood poker tables, head on over to Bluffstuff. They have some nice tables that are available in a variety of finishes and top colors.

Poker Books
If its reading they like, then we can help you outfit them with plenty of poker material to improve their game, or just enjoy the topic. Take a look at some books we've highlighted below, or head over to our poker books section.


The Poker Mindset is a really cool book that explores the player's mindest when playing poker. It isn't concentrating so much on your opponent (lots of books do that), but instead its focusing on how to observe your own mind, in order to improve your play. Its a definite must have for any poker book collection.


Phil Gordon's Poker Box Set is another key addition to any poker library. His set of books are a fantastic set for players from novice to pro.

For the Poker Player with Everything
This is for the person who has everything poker already. Below we have highlighted some neat poker products, but if you don't see anything you like, head over to the poker stuff category to see well... poker stuff.


For the poker lover who needs some art in their abode, go take a stroll through the poker section at You can find a variety of different and attractive prints that will fit any decor.


For the player who has everything except that coveted poker win bracelet, why not have one made up for them. It may not have come from a tournament, but it can be just a beautiful a piece of jewelry. Visit for info on how to start on crafting your own ideas into beautiful custom jewelry.

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Posted by Russell Miner at November 5, 2007 10:49 AM
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